Whether you choose a rustic nature-inspired wedding theme or prefer an elegant ballroom atmosphere, there’s no better place than Nova Scotia to exchange wedding vows. If you’re planning to host your big day here, we list out three things to make it special:
Pick the right place:
From rugged coastlines with picturesque sandy beaches, Nova Scotia offers the perfect venue for a beach wedding. But if you’re looking for a more rustic location, you can always choose a vineyard or a country cottage. And if you prefer a mountain backdrop, pick a location along the Cabot Trail. The Nova Scotia waterfront can also be a great backdrop for the wedding, Antigonish, Pugwash, Yarmouth, Bay of Fundy, Lunenburg, Peggy’s Cove, Keltic Lodge in Cape Breton and Halifax are a few areas that come to mind.
Pick the right weather:
Spring, summer, and autumn are perfect for a Nova Scotia wedding. But, if your idea of a romantic wedding involves snow-covered mountains, go for a winter wedding! You’ll not only save money, but scheduling too will be a lot easier since entertainers and caterers are less busy this time of the year. But summer is the best time of the year to get married in Nova Scotia. The weather is perfect – it’s hot, but not too hot.
Pick the right entertainment:
Music is a very important aspect of your wedding. In fact, most guests can barely recollect anything related to a wedding except the music and dancing. Good music sets the tone for your wedding reception and energizes the crowd. It brings people together and keeps everyone entertained. You could hire live entertainment bands to showcase your personality and show them your fun side.